Shelly Bradbury joined the Times Free Press as a business reporter in January 2013, after starting with the paper as a general assignment intern in July 2012.
She is from Houghton, New York, and graduated from Huntington University in Huntington, Indiana, with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and minor in management. Before moving to Tennessee, Shelly previously interned with The Goshen News, The Sandusky Register and The Mint Hill Times.
Outside the newsroom, Shelly enjoys hiking, horseback riding, traveling and fishing.
Contact Shelly at 423-757-6525 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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A Cleveland, Tenn., software developer is in New York City today to claim one of the most respected awards in the Internet and web-development world — a Webby Award.
The supply of hotel rooms in the Chattanooga market will jump by about 7.5 percent during the next year, which could spell trouble for hoteliers despite expectations for a busy summer tourism season.
Project: Homeless Health Care Center Owner: Hamilton County Location: Corner of East 11th and Peeples streets
Chattanooga knife company Frost Cutlery is adding a new retail store to its Ooltewah headquarters.
A nationwide franchise of coffee shops is making its debut in Chattanooga. And in Hixson. And Cleveland. And eventually, in North Georgia, too.
A small Chattanooga metal recycling business met stiff opposition to its plan to move into the Alton Park neighborhood at a regional planning meeting Monday — and the strongest opponent was a similar business with plans to open a $5 million facility down the street.
This tropically decorated ice cream truck serves both shaved ice and prepackaged ice cream and aims to take the mobile ice cream business to the next level.
A Chattanooga-based hotel development company is building a new, four-story mixed-use office building in the heart of downtown.
Project: Chattanooga Girls Leadership Academy expansion Location: 1800 Bailey Ave. Size: 4,200 to 4,400 square feet
Last year at Aubrey's, the doors opened for Mother's Day at 11 a.m. and all 250 seats in the Cleveland, Tenn., restaurant were continuously full until 5 p.m. The rush didn't end until 9 p.m.